Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Setagaya Park

One of the most beautiful parks  in Vienna, designed by Ken Nakajima a japanese landscape gardener in 1922. Visit the park anytime when you want to relax after a long day, or in the spring time if you can when the beautiful flowers are blooming, as you can see from the pictures below:

This is a place where you can admire the beauty of nature and the gardener's artful creation!

The park is designed to represent the japanese culture, and decorated with typical japanese features such a waterfall, stones, a bridge, fish, etc.

Tea Ceremony at the Setagaya Park:

How to get there:
From Schottentor, take tram 37 which goes to Hohe Warte, get off in Barawitzkagasse.
It is only a 2 minute walk from Höhe Warte 8.

Enjoy the beautiful scenery!
Click on the pictures for larger images:

Setagaya Park in Autumn:


Anonymous said...

I know this park, it is really beautiful. In april, when I was in Vienna, I walked there a lot because I lived in apartmenthotel Orchidenpark nearby. Good for you Mehran to have a new home there.

hugs from Finland

Anonymous said...

Setagaya-Park ist sehr schön. Ich habe aber niemals den Park besucht,
als ich in Wien war. Im Mai konnten wir hier in Tokyo eine ringförmige Sonnenfinsternis beobachten. Auch während meines Aufenthalts in Wien
im Jahr 1999 konnte man eine totale Sonnenfinsternis beobachten,
deswegen erinnere ich mich neuerdings oft an mein Leben dort.

Viele liebe Grüße,

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